The Meiji Jingu Shrine is probably one of the most famous and visited in Tokyo as it is located within Yoyogi Park. The shrine is dedicated to the deified spirits of Emporer Meiji and Empress Shoken.
The shrine was completed in 1920, however, it was destroyed during World War II, and was subsequently rebuilt.
Entrance to the shrine is marked by the torii.
There is a large omikuji area, where people can get their “fortunes told”.
As with many Shinto shrines, there is also an ema, in which visitors write their wishes on wooden plates.